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noun as in album

noun as in almanac

noun as in archives

noun as in register

noun as in schedule

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Example Sentences

There is no national registry that records who owns guns and when they purchase them.

Over the summer, he and a group of other diabetes experts launched a global registry of patients with covid-19-related diabetes.

One is that states, and even individual vaccination sites, have widely varying rules around reporting vaccination data to the jurisdiction’s registry.

They’ll also be entering the information into existing state or local immunization registries, which are used to record childhood and other vaccinations.

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The task force recommended the creation of a central registry to track abusers of children, vulnerable adults and people with developmental disabilities in a single database.

U.S. officials have acquired more bling from overseas than Kanye West and Kim Kardashian had on their wedding registry.

In 1992, the movie was selected for the National Film Registry and as such has a print preserved in the Library of Congress.

Wendy Kramer is co-founder, with her donor-conceived son Ryan, of the Donor Sibling Registry (DSR).

Several Italian cities, including Naples, already have a civil union registry.

Polish them until they gleam with malice, wicked glee, and non-registry gifts.

Enrollment is the term used to describe the registry of a vessel engaged in coastwise or inland navigation or commerce.

In Ireland, also, half-a-crown was the sum paid for registry; in England it was a shilling only.

More effectual means are employed to enforce the registry of births, marriages and deaths.

A clock struck ten as Miss Tallmadge hurriedly led the way up the second flight to the registry-office.

You refer, I presume, to the omission of her name in the parish registry, recording the fact of her regeneration?


On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to registry, such as: collection, scrapbook, anthology, depository, index, and memento.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.